January 3, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Morgan's Rock in Playa Ocotal, Nicaragua

A suspension bridge cuts 150 feet through thick rainforest vegetation filled with howler monkeys and three-toed sloths to connect Morgan's Rock to the outside world. Built on cliffs overlooking a private cove, bungalows in this nature-centric conclave are spacious and rustically sumptuous. Managua-based Simplemente Madera constructed certified-sustainable furniture from local hardwood, and native artist Augusto Silva honors Tunu culture in his colorful paintings. Relish an early morning yoga session at a beachfront pavilion and a solar-powered hot shower to end the day.

Sip a cup of coffee on your balcony surrounded by the creature calls of the rainforest. Spot a florescent parakeet darting through the canopy. Go for a quiet hike or raise your adrenaline by kayaking the estuary. Visit the organic farm and help harvest your dinner's ingredients. Learn to make tortillas with the resident cook. Watch a stunning sunset from a cliffside vantage point.

Location of Morgan's Rock

Morgan's Rock
San Juan del Sur 505
Playa Ocotal, Nicaragua

Nearest Airport: MGA

Amenities for Morgan's Rock

  • General Information
  • 15 Bungalows
  • Ecologically Sustainable Practices
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Spa Services
  • Laundry Service
  • Private Beach
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Private Decks
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Nature Walks
  • Yachting
  • Surfing
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Bird Watching
  • Zip-Lining
  • Horseback Riding
  • Nearby
  • Beach
  • National Park
  • Nature Reserve
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Beach
  • Lodges & Ranches

Reviews for Morgan's Rock

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

There are hundreds of reviews for Morgan's Rock and they're filled with important information, but rather than repeat that, I want to share something that happened during our recent stay. I think it tells you everything you need to know about this wonderful place and its magnificent people. One afternoon during our recent five-day stay we ran into André (General Manager) and Andrea (On-site Manager). After introductions, I observed that it was helpful of them to have nearly the same name. They smiled and Andrea laughed, "We do everything we can to make it simple for people who come here." I replied, "And those of us who come here do everything we can to make it simple for you. We all have the same name too -- 'tourists.'" André knew I was joking, but he shook his head and answered, "We do have one name for everyone who comes here, but it isn't 'tourists.' It's 'tesoro's -- 'treasures.' We try to treat each and every person as a treasure." And they do. Almost nothing goes wrong here, but if it does they will do everything they can to make it right. For example, we wanted to take the boat from the resort to San Juan del Sur. We signed up and the next day one of the staff came looking for us. He apologized and explained that the trip had to be cancelled because the boat was having engine problems. We were disappointed, but sat down for a quiet lunch. About an hour later the staff member came looking for us and let us know that even though the boat couldn't make the trip, he had arranged for a driver to take us to the city if we still wanted to do that. We did and had a great time. A few days later while talking to Andrea she explained that she was working hard to take the customer experience at Morgan's Rock to the next level. I have no idea what the next level could possibly be or where it might take Morgan's Rock, but I do know that I want to be there when it happens. It's not often that I get to be a treasure.

awe3mac - Marietta


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

This place is something else. Abject luxury. Your every need is anticipated and provided. Our room in the forest was fantastic with a private plunge pool, veranda and swinging double sunbed. The room was like a show home with everything you could want for including fresh filtered drinking water (replenished every day), fully stocked mini bar, beautiful shower room together with views of the forest and ocean. It was a brilliant walk (15 minutes) from the room to the main hotel building, but if you didn’t fancy that you could call for a car. The bar and restaurant were manned by highly motivated and trained staff – not stuffy though – all very friendly and ready to have a laugh with you if appropriate and invited. The beach bar was manned all day even if we were the only people on it. All the facilities were exemplary, clean and well maintained. Nothing was too much trouble. The restaurant food was extraordinary with all menus (breakfast, lunch & dinner) changing every day. It was the perfect way to end our stay in Nicaragua. We stayed for 3 nights but wished it was more. If you get the chance don’t miss out on this Hotel.

KQJ38 - Worcester, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

It's been a long time since I've been at resort I haven't wanted to leave. But it happened to me a Morgan's Rock. The Good: - The Staff - From booking, Andrea was incredibly helpful. Once we arrived, everything was set-up for our ease. And the staff was accommodating to anything we needed. - The Location - Yes, it is a bit of trek to get to. But once you are there, you are completely cut off from the hustle & bustle of the world. We were truly able to to relax. - The Bungalow & Villa's - They are completely designed to blend with the environment. Designed with a combination of wood and screens, you feel like you are in nature at all times, yet still amidst luxury. Sometime's it was hard to find a reason to leave our villa. - The Beach - Morgan's Rock has a beautiful private beach complete with cabana's with hammocks and beach chairs. Along with the beach bar and grill, you are never wanting for anything - The activities - you can really do anything at Morgan's rock. From surfing, to snorkeling, to horseback riding or learning about the nature or farm. And all activities are based around your schedule and when you want to go. The Less Good - It's Expensive. It is. This is not a cheap resort. but it's worth it. Perhaps consider it for an special get away, honeymoon, anniversary, bachelorette weekend. You will not regret it. - Transportation. This is linked to the above. The resort charges a ridiculously high pick up fee from Granada or Managua. Private cars are less than half the price and if you're adventurous, the local chicken bus is mere dollars. - The Food - the food was okay. But for the price and the fact that there is nothing else around. I needed it to be amazing. All in all, I loved my time here and I would go back in an instant if the opportunity presented it self. I definitely recommend it if you're going to Nicaragua.

JaceyRight - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

After a crazy busy six months, our family needed to get away. There couldn't have been a better spot for us. The grounds are pristine yet rugged, and the rooms are breathtakingly simple. We surfed, did yoga, laid in hammocks, mountain biked and road horses. Our boys, 12 and 14 loved the freedom they had there, and as a family, we were able to disconnect to reconnect. Great food, great service, and an all around special place

Casey L

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

For what they offer, it's far too expensive! The rooms are infested with bugs, scorpions especially. We've been to hotels in the area for much better prices that offer more luxury, more activities, more wellness for the same price. Everything is long walking, so if you are an elderly person or have some handicap, they are not equipped for that. They are so far away of everything, if you have a medical emergency, you're in trouble. The food they offer is mediocre at best, and they neither have a good selection of beer nor wine. This hotel is money badly spent. The staff was friendly, but all staff are nice in Nicaragua. Activities here are expensive, and walking to the beach is a hike. We were very disappointed.

Margo V - Bengaluru, India

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